I brought these to put on a track bike, but have had a change of plan and am going to stick with the Miche cranks already fitted, crudely these are a bit too flash for my level (lack) of skill on the track.
They're a pair of FSA Carbon Pro Track cranks, 165mm long, 144mm BCD, Isis mounting. Think they superseded the Vigorelli cranks and think FSA fixed the problem with the spider of the Vigorelli cranks when they made these. Come with chainring bolts but no chainring, I also have a compatible 108mm Ambrosio X-Carbo Isis carbon bottom bracket to go with them.
I want a pair of 170mm Sugino 75 cranks to stick on another build so thought I'd see if anyone was up for a trade before resorting to sticking these on ebay. Anyone tempted?
Would you sell them? If yes, how much ?
the problem still exists, ask fred
When you take mine off you can see that the spider is attached to the crank arm with a lock-ring.
Mine have never slipped, just don't ask me about chainline!
i prefer the 75's to the FSA, it's a more durable stronger crank
Plus 75's, job done.
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